Martintole Farm

Easton Way, Eastgate, Cawston, Norwich, Norfolk, NR10 4HF

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Martintole Farm is a family run, peaceful, rural site which is able to offer spacious, flat, level grass or hardstanding pitches with the option of electric hookup.
  • We are close to Cawston which has one of the finest 14th century church's with the most amazing wooden angels.
  • A short walk to the local pub, lots of great walks with big skies and great views of the Norfolk countryside.
  • Marriotts Way offers great opportunities for walking, go-caching and cycling.
  • Aylsham and Reepham are close by and have a lot to offer.
  • We have many attractions in the area - Blickling Hall, Roarr Dinosaur, Holt and many beautiful little villages to explore.
  • A trip to the coast is only a 30 minute dirve away, Norfolk broads 40 minutes drive and the fine city of Norwich is 30 minutes by car.
  • We have very little light pollution ideal for dark skies, a torch would be useful.
  • We live in a great part of Norfolk, just perfect to unwind, relax and explore.
  • Please have a look at our Facebook page.

Facilities on site ...

  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
NR10 4HF
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Lat 52.75864 / Lon 1.17803
OS field ref:
TG149230
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Dereham, Fakenham, Norwich
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Autumn Break

Although we have often visited North Norfolk in our motorhome, this was our first stay at Martintole Farm. Our welcome on arrival was excellent - very friendly and informative. First impressions were of a well-maintained, well-run site. The grass was short, and the hedges trimmed. The site is divided into two sections, each containing a choice of spacious grass or hard-standing pitches. During our 5 day stay we enjoyed cycle rides along the quiet country lanes, walks at Blickling and Blakeney and lunch at the delightful Heydon Tea Shop. We thoroughly enjoyed our time here and we will definitely return.

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Lovely peaceful site

We booked this site for a week beginning of Oct 2019 as a late alternative to a Club Site in Durham due to the bad weather forecast. What a great find it was. We were welcomed with an offer of a cup of tea by the new owner of only 7weeks, Mrs Dougherty and shown around the site and could pick any one of 5 pitches as we were the only ones on site. The site itself has a locked gate for security, was large, level and well looked after, we opted for the hardstanding pitch round the corner. It was very well sheltered and good distances between other pitches if they had been taken. TV and Telephone reception was good. The shower and toilet facility was basic but adequate, the new owners are planning a refurb and we look forward to seeing this in the future. The site is very well placed for brilliant walking using the AA walks of Norfolk, cycling and visiting other attractions. Marriotts Way cycle/walking path is a must as are the quiet lanes and lovely little villages we came across. We can recommend this site and will definitely be back in the future to do what we didn't get the chance to do although we did clock up 50 miles between cycling and walking. So much to see and do in Norfolk - we loved the site and our 3rd of 4th visits to Norfolk itself.
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Friendly and peaceful site

Very spacious and quiet site. Well looked after and friendly. Excellent for dogs with dog-friendly pubs in nearby Reepham. Perfect for local access to Marriots Way and therefore ideal for relaxing countryside walks. Superb weather for the May Day holiday.

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Pleasant stay

Booked this little site for October Half Term we were greeted by Mrs Cook and shown around the site and we chose to go around to the rear of the site on to a small grassed area instead of on the grassed area just through the gate. The grass was nice and short and the fresh water just across from us. Good recycling facilities and a nice dog walk. Showers and toilet were clean. Locked entrance gates were a good security measure too. Once set up we were never bothered by the owner until the day before we were due to leave to sort our payment out. Good access to Cromer, Fakenham, Norwich and Great Yarmouth. Nice pub 1.5 miles away in Cawston village called The Bell Inn which had some nice cask ales and steak night on Wednesdays. Enjoyed our week there but the only issue we had was no signal on our phones which wasn't the site owners fault. Overall a nice site to stay on.
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Grand little CL. Stayed here as it was close to the Cycling Tour of Britain. The welcome could not have been more "welcoming". Level grass pitch. Loos and shower basic, but very clean. Ideal for visiting Blickling Hall (NT). Aylsham also worth a "mooch". The icing on the cake was the array of fresh fruit and vegetables available by the side of the road. If you like things quiet and rural, this is the place to be.

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